Peridance Faculty and Student Showcases
Peridance Capezio Center
Presented at the Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance, the bi-yearly Faculty and Student Showcases demonstrate the artistry and talent of Peridance Capezio Center's faculty and students, within a vast array of choreographic styles. From Ballet and Contemporary movement to African, Salsa and Hip-Hop! These performances are a major highlight at Peridance, known for their exciting, diverse, and high-caliber quality.
The Faculty Showcase features choreography by esteemed Peridance faculty, who often premier new work and take artistic risks for this show. Faculty choreographers set their work on their professional companies, class students and, many times, perform themselves.
The Student Showcase is an exciting opportunity for students and young choreographers, who wish to explore their creativity and present work on a New York stage! This show is curated to reflect and highlight the dynamic, humorous, and diverse array of styles that the Center and its students hone.
Saturday, February 25th at 8:00pm
PROGRAM A - Faculty presenting choreography by...
Billy Blanken, Breton Tyner-Bryan, Cebo, Grant Chang, Diego Funes, Emily Greenwell, Kim Holmes, Rachel Hettinger
Kim Holmes Vivake Khamsingsavath, Kenichi Kasamatsu, Mathew James, Terry Mathis, MoveWorks
Sunday, February 26th at 4:00pm
PROGRAM B - Students presenting choreography by...
Nika Antuanette, Billy Blanken, Jared Bosch, Patricia Cumrine, Emily Greenwell, Rachel Hettinger/Intensive Semester,
Kim Holmes, Ethan Jacques Mathew James, Kenichi Kasamatsu, Vivake Khamsingsavath, Dan Lai, Michaela McGowan, Ricardo Pastore, Gwen Elise Potter
Sunday, February 26thth at 7:00pm
PROGRAM C - Faculty & Students presenting choreography by...
Emma Bigelow, Breton Tyner-Bryan, Byron Burton, Grant Chang, Cebo, Eimile Davis, Daniele Di Felice, Diego Funes, Rachel Hettinger/Intensive Semester
Terry Mathis, Bobby Morgan, MoveWorks, Elya Osmanova, Spencer Pond, Lido Yoshioka
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